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Old 06-05-2021, 07:43 PM   #1
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Default Panasonic 4K TV

I may upgrade to 4K at some point (not right now) but some OLED/QLED sets are insanely expensive (like 1500+). What's the difference between that and LED?

Is this TV any good? (The TV I have at the moment is 47")

https://www.t3.com/reviews/panasonic-hx800-review-4k-tv

I keep seeing lots of ads/reviews for "Furgeson" and "Hi-Sense" cheap 4K TVs
Why would you want a 4K TV with a built in DVD player? I didn't know they still made those
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Well QLED is still LED technology. The Q means there is a "quantum dot" filter to enhance brightness and color. With LED you'd probably want an array of local dimming zones for good HDR. The more zones the more control over the light and thus more range and depth to the picture. The TV you linked is probably not bad but it is edge lit which is not ideal.

OLED is different though because it uses organic material which then reacts to electrical current. The best part about OLED is you get full control over each pixel so the TV is able to turn off individual pixels resulting in "true blacks".

Basically take your time and research. There's a lot of cheap TVs that will slap HDR label on the box but they don't actually deliver real HDR.
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